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Headlines: Nonbinary birth certificates, unemployment claims down & Thunder beats Pelicans

Local headlines for Thursday, November 11, 2021

Governor Stitt removes nonbinary designations from birth certificates. (Tulsa World)

Tornado smashes into Tulsa and Catoosa. (Tulsa World)

35 more COVID-19 fatalities bring Oklahoma’s Provisional Death Count to 11,581. (KOSU)

COVID-19 vaccines for kids arrive in the state. (Tulsa World)

Canine distemper virus shuts down Tulsa Animal Shelter. (Tulsa World)

Jury convicts two former police officer of second-degree murder. (KOSU)

Afghan refugees arrive in Oklahoma. (Oklahoma Watch)

Commerce Department head says Mexican consulate in OKC is big news. (Journal Record)

Unemployment claims hit lowest point in more than two years. (Tulsa World)

First responders call on Oklahomans to slow down and pull over. (Tulsa World)

Nebraska ranchers hope to restore local economy with a beef processing plant. (KOSU)

Governor Stitt names new state adjutant general. (Tulsa World)

Policy grants benefits to LGBTQ veterans discharged during Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. (NewsOK)

Francis Tuttle helps veterans achieve career goals. (Journal Record)

Veterans invited to file discharge papers. (Tulsa World)

OKC First Americans Museum honors veterans. (NewsOK)

Veteran finds fulfillment in coffee shop. (Journal Record)

Oklahoma City Thunder pulls out a win on the road. (NewsOK)

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